I'm writing an essay about the contrast between Creon-civic duty and Antigone-religious duty. I agree with Antigone's loyalty to her religion, but I can't think of any evidence or of constructing a thesis...please HELP!!
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Antigone is bound to her feminist beliefs that duty must be made in the face of corruption. Like Creon, she is stubborn in her ways and sticks to the notion that the divine gods made her bury her brother's body. Creon sticks to his civic duty of unlawful anarchy.